REVIEW – FIDELITY (Infidelity #5) by Aleatha Romig



She thought she could save those she loved.
He thought he could save her.
They’ll both learn the truth.

FIDELITY, the dramatic conclusion to the epic five-novel series INFIDELITY, following Lennox “Nox” Demetri, Alexandria “Charli” Collins, the Montagues, Demetris, Fitzgeralds, and Spencers is finally here.

When the vows are complete and the dust settles, who will be left standing?

No one is safe, and no alliance is above suspicion in the much-anticipated finale to this hot romantic-suspense saga. Our heroine has survived betrayal, cunning, deception, and entrapment…what will happen when she’s faced with fidelity?

Infidelity, it isn’t what you think.

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Aleatha Romig comes a sexy, new dominant hero who knows what he wants and a strong-willed heroine who has plans of her own. With classic twists, turns, deceptions, and devotions, this new, epic romantic suspense will have readers swooning one minute and screaming the next.

Have you been Aleatha’d?

FIDELITY is the fifth and FINAL of five full-length novels in the INFIDELITY series.

*This series does not condone nor does it advocate cheating.

*****Dee’s Review*****

3.5 ~ You Are My Forever ~ Stars****

Intense, complex, and highly entertaining, is this fifth and last book of the Infidelity series. Charli and Nox have certainly come along away since the day they met at the Del Mar Resort. And together, they fight against those trying to keep them apart.


The book starts right where the last one left off, and once again we find ourselves right in the middle of the action. Never a dull moment when reading an Aleatha Romig book. Chapter after chapter, the heat, and the angst go up, blasting through our hearts and stealing every single one of our emotions.

I’m trying not to give too much away, but I must share that I felt in love with Nox’s father, Oren in this last book. The once villain became not only a hero but even someone I was lusting after. Just like his son, Oren totally captivated me.


So much happens in this fifth book, that I think it’s best to go into it as blind as possible. I love how all the pieces of the puzzle finally fell into place, but it wasn’t a smooth ride by any means. Per usual, when reading these books, massive amounts of wine were consumed on my part, to be able to cope with the heart-stopping events. Just when you think all the secrets have finally been uncovered, something new came up, keeping the excitement going throughout the whole book.

I love Aleatha Romig, I am a big fan of her work. You can always count on her to bring you something unique and complicated, opulent but easy to read, and I just love her for that. My only complaint about this book was that there was so much emphasis on the Montague money empire and the will, that I felt like the romance took a backseat to it all. Fortunately for me, the author gave us, not one, but three wonderful epilogues that made my heart soar, and I can truly say that I will miss these characters.

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